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THE JEFFERSONIAN : i'lNDLAY,
OHIO, FBIDAY MORNING. JUNE 21, 1872.
sZfsrn anfl gum.
Bee Notes for June.
BY M. QUINBY.
Be sure and put guide comb in
eery box. The whiter and cleaner,
the better. Cot white comb in pieces,
aft inch aqaare. Dip each piece in
melted glue or beeswax, and stick
before it cqola It is Yery seldom
that boxes are filled or finished ready
to remove in this month, as fir north
as this Montgomery Co., N. Y.
When it does happen, be sure to
know it, and remove them, patting
on empty ones in their places. After
they are 'finished, every day they are
left on it renders the comb darker.
The best way to get rid of the bees
when these boxes are taken off is to
drum them out. It takes time, but
it is safe. First lay down some bits
of scantling or strips of wood. Lay
a board on them, put on the boxes(
with a passage at the sice or top,
so that the bees can pass ont directly
from the finished box into an empty
one, without flying. With a hammer
or stick strike the board steadily a
few minutes, and all will run out.
The boxes containing the bees should
be put on the hive in the place of
those removed. A number on the
hive and box to correspond will pre
vent putting the bees on the wrong
hive when the box is returned. As
soon as the bees are out, set away the
empty boxes until October, in a dry.
cool place, if possible. Examine all
weak stocks, of which there will be
many this season, and supply all with
a laying queen at the earliest moment.
If yoa give a weak colony, or any
other, brood to raise a queen, it will
take six to eight, weeks before the
bees raised from her will be of any
use in which time the worms might
destroy the hive.
Leave no old pieces ot comb lying
around to breed worms. - If no better
use is found, either burn it or make
wax. It takes a larger force to get
away from the main body of the hive
to work in boxes than to simply store
honey cofob furnished ready-made.
When honey is extracted, from three
to six pounds can be obtained where
one of box honey is to be had.
The first principle of extracting
honeyfrom comb is centrifugal force.
It can be illustrated by different
methods. A pall, or box with a flat
bottom, large enough to allow a comb,
with cells open, to lie on the bottom,
or rather on wire cloth, a little above
the bottom, may roughly represent
it. If such a machine should be
whirled as a boy whirls a sling, the
honey on the lower side of the
comb would be forced out, especially
in warm weather. ;; v, v'
if ow, instead of a pail take a barrel.
If yon make a frame of wire cloth
' tinned or galvanized wire is prefera
ble as large' as the comb, close one
aide, securing it there it is plain
that whirling the barrel will throw
oat the honey on the same principle
But the finished machine is a vast im
provement on this. A regular ma
chine will empty four combs at one
time. As there is no patent legally
covering any of them, they can be
made by any one having sufficient
They are usually made by construct
ing a box, large enough to hold four
combs, perhaps fifteen inches square
by twenty .deep. . This wililit any
sized frame. The box is made of
wire-cloth, and outside of this a tin
can, large enough for the box to be
turned in and catch the honey as it is
thrown out." The best machines are
geared, giving, the frames tree'or
tour revolutions while the fjand
makes bnt one. As most people will
prefer getting a good extractor ready
made, I will nut describe it further.
A knife to cut the sealing lrom the
cell, will be needed. One a little
crooked at the end will work much
better than a straight one. When
ready to operate, choose a day when
the bees are busy, doing nothing to
them before .ten o'clock, at which
time, if there is room for etoreamost
ot the old bees will be out foragiug.
A bee that comes in laden . is not dis
posed to sting, until its load' id dis
charged. - Open the hive without
jailing it, lift out a comb, and shake
off the bees. . The lew that slick last
can be brushed off with a quill
There is an art in brushing bees.
If you make a short, quick motion
with the quill, you can throw them
off from the comb, not limply roll
them over. The latter may make
Take oat four combs at a time. If
any is sealed, cat off the sealing with
the knife. Set the tide from which
yoa would take the honey next the
wire-cloth, and give the machine a
a lew turns. Yoa can see when the
honey is discharging, and when it is
out that is, it you have a machine in
which the outside u stationary. If
that revolves with the rest, as in some
extractors, yoa cannot tell much
about it. When one side is emptied,
turn the other. The brood will not
be disturbed, unless turned unreason
bfy last. The combs may bo re
turned to the hive. When all are
emptied and returned, close up the
hive. The process may be repeated
in from three to seven days, accord
ing to the season. Most bee keepers
can save combs this season to work
This extracted honey is the purest
that can be obtained, but ot this
A Word to Papa.
See here, Mr. Farmer, do not pass
by this column as 'if yoa had no con
cern with it because it is headed
M Household." Are yoa not a mem
ber of the household, ana by your
very name bus band, band ol the
boose, a most important part of it?
(Though it must be acknowledged,
there; was never a greater misnomer.
If any member, of the house more
than another holds it together, it is
certainly, the wife, sot the husband,
for when she is taken away does not
noose lall ta pieces like a sheaf
wneat when the band is removed ?)
w.tbo hvi.ile overburdened
with the car. and Uborof . farm
houee. and. fana, m
you I am talking, c-n
. . ,. ,6 you not con
trive to relieve her la aom -ty j
You are saying, j Vllow she
works too hard, and I am eorrT. ,lf
I can't help ft, I have offered to hira
help, ' (though to be sure I havn't
moon money to spare) but she aayi
he wont have it, and making a virtues
f necessity, I suppose, declares she
don't want it: so what can 7 do
Are there not some ways in which,
by devoting a little thought to it, yon
may assist her without very much ex
pense? For , one thing, tell her you have
set down your manly loot as lord of
creation that she shall not wash any
more. If there is any possible way
hire it done, or if not, get a machine
and work it yourself, unless you have
a boy large enough to do it, and as
sist in bringing water, etc, lor, with
all these helps, washing is still a heavy
Then, again, tell her that you very
much wish her to have help lor one,
two, or three weeks, during a busy
time, say in the spring and fall, to
get the sewing and house-cleaning
done, or a week in " butchering:" or
in harvest, or in September, when the
fruit is to be put up. and there is apt
to be sickness. Any or all such times.
accoiding to the circumstances and
needs. A little help then will ease
the load for the rest of the year
Take it into consideration that you
have many hours, evenings and other
times, when you can honestly say,
"I have nothing to do while she
never can say that, from year's end to
year's end. Do not think it beneath
you, when you are in the house, to
assist her in various ways. I have
known men who were highly res
pected by their .fellow-men, who did
not hesitate to hang up their own
coats and hats, brush their own
clothes and boots, and even went aa
far as to ' pick up things in the
house, mind"' the baby, fill the
lamps, and many other things, sug
gested by a willing mind.
Last, but not least," read aloud
to her frequently. Food for the mind
is as necessary as food for the body,
and a change cf diet is necessary for
the one as well for the other. Do
not say, " I cannot read aloud ; it
hurts me so ; and when I do attempt
it, the children make such a fuss I
have to stop, and, besides, she can't
understand, or don't take an interest
in what I want to read, anyway:'
Now all of that is fudge. In the
first place, you can read aloud, if only
you have a mind to. All yoa need is
practice, and by commencing with
a little at a time, you will soon get
so that you can read an hour without
tiring you. Suppose the children do
interrupt occasionally. Their wants
must be attended to, and it will teach
yoa patience, and rest your voice to
wait a tew minutes. Her life is made
up of interruptions.
Nobody but a woman ever will or
can know how much labor, suffering
and patience it takes to raise one
it she does not understand all you
read, explain it to her and try to in
You may have had no more educa
cation to begin with than she, but in
your daily intercourse with men, you
have been constantly learning, while
her secluded life and drudging duties,
have seemingly caused her to forget
all she ever knew. Don't rest satis
fied until she is as intelligent as your
self, and yoa can leel that 6he is ;
companion for you in every res
ine amies oi man ana wite can
never be definitely laid down because
tbe circumstances -ot families are so
different. If the husband carries the
heavier load, the wife should not hes
itate to go out of her "sphere'' to
assist him and so wice versa
When, as is often the case on
farm, both have their hands more than
lull, kindly offices and kind word,
especially, on loth sides, go far to
A. B. M, in Prairie Farmer.
Wheat in California.
The Pacific Rural Prett, of the 25th
of May, says : ' In the early part of
the season the prospects of a heavy
crop ot grain in most parts of the
State were unusually good. Estimates
were made by heavy grain dealers
who were supposed to be well posted,
and whose judgment upon such mat
ters was cont-ideTed the best, placing
tbe yield, much greater than ever
before. As the season has advanced,
proof has been accumulating to show
beyond a doubt that we are not going
to realize so large a crop as was an
tioipated. The winter was a peculiar
one. The rainy season set in quite
late, and though much more land bad
been summer fallowed and sown dry
than in any previous year, still at the
time the rains commenced, not half
the grain was sown that the farmers
intended to put in. When once it
commenced to rain it did not cease
until the ground generally was so
thoroughly soaked that all cultivation
had to cease, and veiy little more grain
was sown till late in February, so that
our approaching harvest is made up
of very early and very late sown grain.
It is generally conceded that in con
sequence of a want ot the usual quan
tity of late rains, and of the prevalence
of the north winds, the latter must
prove very light ; indeed much of it
will be cut for hay, and a considerable
will not be cut at all. Now, what are
the facts ia regard to the early sown
grain? We are satisfied that the jield
of this has been greatly over-estimated,
We have seen very lew fields ot' the
best grain that are not very spotted
In fact, our early sown grain, in nearly
all portions of the Slate, has suffered
severely from the uninterrupted wet
weather during the winter. The grain
in the low places is generally drowned
out, and grass and weeds have taken
[From the New York Sun.]
Sheep and Wool.
The statistics of wool growing tor
the last ten years show some curious
fluctuations, in ibbi tne nome pro
d action ot wool was estimated at 55 -
000,000 pounds ; in 1863 it was esti
mated at 145,000,000 pounds; in 1871
fell to 126,000,000 pounds, tbe
smallest product since 18i5.
Under the stimulus of the war de
mand and production afforded by the
premium on gold, farmers entered in
wool growing extensively, and tbe
number of sheep was nearly doubled
six years. At me close or tne war,
prices fell rapidly and tanners, seized
with despondency, hastened to reduce
heir flocks. The destruction began
the autumn ot 1868. and resulted
the diminution of the aggregate
number of sheep by at least four mill-
ooa during the winter. Even in New
England sy were kiHed Jor their
pelts and tallow.
From isot to 1867, the increase in j
wool was relatively larger than the
increase in sheep. This was the result
ol the introduction of merino blood in
breeding. The coarse wool flocks of
Texas, California, Colorado and even
New Mexico, have been improved by
the infusion of new blood, which has
in all cases tended to an increase in the
weight of the fleece.
For many years to come California
and the Territories of the far West
will form the great wool producing
section of the country. In California
this interest has already acquired
great importance. That State has
now about eight millions of sheep.
which will be increased by at least
three million Iambs the present season.
The sheep are sheared twice a year,
and with a good season the two clips
might be expected to average ten
pounds per head. This would make
the wool crop of California 80,000,000
pounds, or 25,000,000 more than the
total product of the United States in
1801. This Spring's clip, however,
is not expected to yield over four and
a half pounds instead of six which is
the average for the Spring clip alone.
The Spring clip is expected to bring
thirty-five cents a pound, returning
over 912,000,000 to the growers, with
another clip to come in the lalL
It is estimated that the actual cost
of producing wool in California is less
than ten cents a pound. California
wcol comes into market two months
earlier than that of Canada and the
Atlantic States, and it shrinks less, in
consequence of the dry climate. The
price of common in the New York
market on tbe fln-t day of May wan,
in 1861, thirty-twa cents per pound :
in 1862, forty tw o cents per pound ; in
1863, seventy cents ; in 1864, seventy
cents; in 1865, uxty-fave cents; in
1866, sixty-five cents; in 1807, forty-
eight cents ; in 1868, forty-five cents ;
in 1869, forty-five cents; in 1870,
forty-four cents ; in 1871, forty-eight
cents; in 1872, seventy cents. Other
grades of wool have fluctuated in pro
portion during these years.
Stock Running at Large.
Ens. Jfff. : I wish to make a few
remarks in regard to cattle running at
larpe in this county, and the damage
they are doing to our uninclosed tim
ber lands, especially when the ground
is soft lrom rain in the Spring or Fall,
and when so mnch harm can be done
to timber by tramping the roots. We
have a law which forbids trespassing
on the premises of another by cutting,
boring and boxing timber. For my
part I would rather give away a tree
or two each year than to have forty
or fifty head of cattle turned out on
my woodland in the Spring or Fall,
when the ground is solt, destroying
both old and young timber by eating
off the small growth and tramping the
roots ot the old, thereby destroyin
both old and young timber. Some of
my neighbors claim that the law for
bidding stock to run at large is op
pressive on the poor, by prohibiting
them from turning their cattle out on
the wild pasture. For my part I can
not see as much oppression in the law
as it stands as there is in the land
holder who turns his stock out to eat
up and destroy the poor man's pasture
as he claims it to be. We have men
professed Christians who keep
their own woodlands fenced, and yet
turn out their stock to trespass on the
rights of others and eat up the pasture
ot the poor man and widow as it is
claimed. But look at the other sid
of the question. If their is not a stop
put to cattle running atlarge,the time
is not far distant when the poor man
and widow will be compelled to pay
an enhanced price for wood as a direc!
result of this destruction pf our wood
lands. Taking thU view of the ques
tion I wish to see the law enforced
and I thick all thoughtful men will
agree with me. The farmers of Han
cock county feel obliged to you for
tbe space in your paper you devote to
their interests. Will you add still
further to the obligation by publish
ing the law in regard to stock running
Green Food for Stock.
We are not inclined to lake
gloomy view of the future or pi edict
an unpropitious season for farmers,
bur it is always a safe plan to be ready
for whatever may come and we there'
fore urge the importance of preparing
for a drought during the coming sea
son. It may not come, and food for
6tock may be abundant during our
dryest and hottest months ; . but it
more food is raised than needed for
immediate use it will keep until want
ed. We seldom have a season in which
pasturage is not occasionally short
and cattle fail to procure a bountiful
supply of the food necessary to keep
them in good condition.
To make up any deficiency that may
possibly occur, every owner of stock
should sow a quantity ot some rspid
growing grain that will-be in suitable
condition to feed to stock during the
Milch cows in particular often suffer
for the proper amount and kind ot
green food during the months ot July
and August, but by sowing even
small area at the present time with
corn, millet or some similar rapidly
growing but nutritious plant, no lack
ot food need occur. If the season
should prove to be a moist one, and
pasturage abundant, then theste crops
may be cured tor winter use, and
corresponding amount ot liny or grain
It is only by adopting some such
Bj btem that a scarcity of food can be
avoided at all times, and when a far
mer can take his choice among a va
riety of forage plants he can save
money by selling that which is in
greatest demand, and which commands
the best price. Hay and oats at e sta
ple articles always bringing ready
cash ; but there are many more eco
nomical plants that a man can culti
vate lor his own stock. Corn fodder
when grown thickly together in mass
es, and cut at the proper season and
well cured, is worth at least half as
much per ton as good meadow hay ;
but it does not cost one-quarter as
much, and five times the quantity can
be produced per acre- Sweet corn is
far better for this purpose than com
mon field corn, and some ot the vane
ties of pop-corn are excellent on ao
count of tbeir slender stalks.
Let every stock raiser prepare for
scarcity ot forage this summer, and
we are sure thsy will thank us for the
hint before tbe snow falls next winter.
Xev York Sum.
The cataworms are departing this
life, and the tanners are not sorry.
S. T. 1860 X.
This wonderful vegetable restora.
tive ia tbe sheet anchor of the feeblt
and debilitated. As a tonic and cor
dial for the aged and languid it has
no equal among stomachers. As a
remedy for the nervous weakness to
which women are especially subject,
it is superseding every other stimu
lant In all climates, tropical, tem
perate or frigid, it acts as a specific
in every species of disorder which
undermines the bodily strength and
breaks down the animal spirit.
Jan 19. JMr.
Far Preserving- aad Beaatlfyiag
Hainan Hair. Ts Preveat Its Fall
Oat sad Taming Ctrajr.
A well-preserved Head of Hair, In a person
of middle age, bespeak refinement, elegance
health and beauty. It may truly be called
Woman's Crowning Cllory. while men are i ot
Insensible to Its advantages and charms.
Few things are more disgusting than thin,
rliziy, harsh, untamed Hair, with head and
coat covered with Dandruff, Visit a barber
and yon feel and look like a new man.
This ia what LTOS-M KATUAB1UI wUl
do all the time. The charm which lies In
well placed Hair, Glossy Curls, Luxuriant
Tresses, and a Clean Head, ia noticeable au
Bold by all Druggists and Country Stores.
J. W. DA1VDS0N
Having purchased tbe Interest ol John O
Martin, of the ttrin of Davidson a Martin.
would Inform the public that he has tilled up
J tO 3 iO jO i7aO O&uiu wO
IN HYATT'S BLOCK,
WITH A FULL and COM PLKTK STOCK
And EVERYTHING usually kept In
FirstClass Crockery Store.
Of all Styles anil Patterns
In endless variety of Sixes a nd Style
All of which will be sold
Cheap for Cash Only.
AUENT FOR THE
Manhattan Silent SEWING
Hay S. 4871-tr.
4 LARGE VARIETY of tbe celebrated
r Heth Thomas Clocks ; also, Clocks or al
stylesand prices, at
U. W. KIMMELU
The Marvin House,
JAMES IRTI5T, Proprietor,
Cor. Main and Promt Streeta,
COD AfTOMMODATIONS AND PLENTY
VJ oi niauie noom. (April 2!, ltlT'J.I
W. T. LVLK.
C. K. SEYBTOUB.
W. T. LYLE &
The Best Pictures!
CAN IIS OBTAINED AT
CALL tZ SEE !
April 4. ,3-lyai -
A. &J. Parker & Co.
Highest Cash Price
WHITE & BURR OAK STATES,
And all kinds of
naru WOOU Llimber.
Hancock Flouring Mill,
K. Ar. Ts K P TinIIWT i
a l IA W JL , I
ARE OFFERING SOME BARGAINS IN
DRY GOODS !
Look at a List of Prices.
ThevScll a good Silk Parasol for 1.00.
Thev Sell a Good Kid Glove for 1.00.
They Sell a Heavy Muslin yard wide lOcts.
They Sell a Fine Muslin yard wide lSJcts.
They Sell Calicos at
They Sell Calicos at
They Sell the Best Calicos at
They Sell a Good Corset at
They Sell Lace Curtains for
They Sell Corded Alpacas all colors 25cts
THEY SELL THE BEST SHILLI NG GINGH AMS 1 N F I NDLAY
They Have a Nice Stock of All Kinds of
SPRING DRY GOODS, DRESS
GOODS, MILLINERY, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES &c.,
AT mill WE1
YOU CAN SAVE
a(Wa TO F A
It is Easy Enough, to Make Money, but the Secret is o
Save it. You will learn the Secret by going to Eaton's
Store. Thousands have learned it
Boots & Shoes
WITH TEE ABOVE.
LOTS OP MONEY BY
Law Office in Bull ton.
W. II. ANDERSON,
llAVISO REMOVED TO HI.UfHO.il,
I I a ll-n I'niiiitv. will Draelice law in Han
cock, Allen and futnsui counties, and will
regularly attend the sessions oi I ouris in
Findlay, aa heretofore. fehj-tf
from the City with the largest stock of
Watchca, Clocks and Jewelry,
ever seen in Findlay.
J. G. STRACK,
GKOYUIt At BAJCElt
New Improved Family
rpHEGROVERAND RAKER MAlKI-tr. Is
by calling ar Mr SUack's rooms, just rioiuh of
me Depot, where tney win always uuu
large stock, aud at prices thai
NEW GROCERY !
I ADAMMACO. would say 13
nt lb.iiisin ami uietiiit v i hut thev bavees-
Ubllshed a Family ircery in their nklst,
and will keep Flour, Fish, Halt, and all kinds
of tiioceries. which will be sold at
Tbeywlll nav Flndlav m-lces.ln CASH.or
rniuuoe oi nil annus.
Casb paid for Hides and Pelts.
T MAKE a Specialty of the Elgin Watch- I
lufniTU o. W. ILlMMtL.
a me nest in tne market. Ca aim ar .
110 WHOM IT MAY IHlNTKItN: 8
I mn mid othera are li.rt.lv ii.ililtil that I
I tney are torbiuden to shoot game ol as sum i
on the premises ot tne undersigned, suie
oe ny special permission.
DA VIII WALTI'U. S. B. IIITKPHAW.
ii. W. POWELL. WM. HTEVENaiS
KWIDMIKIUCK. AHH'.M (iKlBU'
WM.MAltl'l.N JiS. liKl kKK..
J. It TUnrilNU. It. HEAt'H.
H. if WOOIl. A. .i KI.L !
( boot siioii mm
The Bast Quality,
nnrl Tha niir.. f
BOOTS &. SHOES
CAM LB FOUND AT
No. 74 Main Street
HOP JlAOE V (
HI HAS A Ttn.1 LINE or
Wnea & MteD's f ear.
QTnrir Worla tn ftrAar Ttrrion . . J
w aaw n vuua W UU A 1UU1K3CU,
mi warranted to give Satisfaction.
ON THIS U3Tii tiAivr AHIL EIGH
teen aevenly-lwo, Mia Protmte Court el
tiancecncwumj, ui-.aU us estate of Mar-1
tna Jones deceased, to be probably Insolvent. I
rarlltnrsaratnerefnra reouired i,. .,. ". I
lueir wwui- a -- - " r . , ' wus Under-
tha time atiove memmneu, or they will not
uieutiuuEU. ui II1CV Wf 1 1 Tls-st I
AAprtt vtu aeia as ww.
For Sale Cheap.
A Wood County Farm.
AN EXCELLENT FARM OK ONE IUT.
dred acres, three miles south east lrom
Over Sixty Acrrs Improved!
And Good Stream of Water on
SOIL Good for WHEAT, as well as
Frame Barn, Log House, Etc.
Conler with either ot the undersigned.
J. V. L KK, Toledo, O.
T. K. HTHONU, Norwalk, O.
4-11. J. II. KK.Ib, Howling Ureeu. O.
flUIE Genuine Pebble, and all othervarie-
lies of Hiectacles.al
Q. W. K I XI MEL'S.
lie plure where tliey keep the largest stock,
ami sell I lie cheapen! in KIdiIUt. nt
Jun'JTI . KIMilKL'M
VANDENBERQ. i p
The Wild Hose, as a
jrAJk-UWit -V. i.
And an Endless
They are noweceiving,
J ' I 'Jujff f JL ,
fM f SilLiriQ
! ; -
SENATOR, LlADER tTDBILEE SOVEREIGN IM
and manj other First-Class COOK STOVES.
PARLOR COOK SWE, has no equal. We have a One aesortmetl
Variety of Tin, heet Iron and Copper Ware.
LARD CANS are tWJest ever offered
EBLING'S MELODEON HALL
IO would reuM fully Male to hU friends ami
east with his ru-rond Mork ol weasouabtu
C5 3La O
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS,
And Everything in the Line of .
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Which he It aelliog far below all his competitors.
THE KHIT TmiM.lEFABliT
Is nnaler 111 own iim"rvitlon, and alter an expelneaor3B years, ha daU.ro himself that he
caugt-t np a uio-r ill for leaa money, than any house In Northwestern Ohio, lie employ.
none nn l Hi.' -i y est wurfcmeu, and will vet
Don't Forget the Place, MELODEON HALL
CLOTHING HOUSE, East Side Main Street.
W'ouM call tL attention of tbe
AXLES, CUTLERY AND BELTING,
WOOD WORK FOR WAGONS & BUGGIES.
And ail goods usually kept in tbeir line, bey-are also AgeuLs (or tbe celebrated
NISHWITZ'S PULVERIZING HARROW
Moine Walking Cultivator,
The bent implemeut ol ita Lind manufactured,
Clipper Mower and Reaper,
JOlliON'S COMBINED M0I.ER AND SBLP RAKE,
The only Successful Self-Hake in use. We also mill the
QUAKER SULKY PLOW ATTACHMENT
And Plows ot different manufactures,
aa a call before making your purcliases,
Mannfarturea and deals In all kinds of .
. FURNITURE! FURNITURE! !
Tbe public are invited to call and examine bis large anil anrtvalled stock lie Intends to
Iteeuoousianily an baud audtuauulauture to order furniture of every description ;
Dressing Bueaus; Centre Tabes, Wash Stands; Wardob r
soias ana sociaDies; xaDiep, sewing: stands, Chairs,
Dedsteads, every variety, Parlor & Kitchen Furniture, best quality and finis.
Oar work Is msde br the best or workman, and ot the verv best malarial whih .mnt.
me inssvina tliatit will be found second to
samecai bubouitbt al any otner establishment
purclisiiu! eisewnere, as we win guarantee
Sole Ae;eul for tbe Celebrated ,
WOVEN WIRE MATTRESS,
Tbe Best. Easiest, Cleanest and MOST LABTOI
niiopnuu osies iuiuuik uu n ess i-it u vruas
Fl udiay, Oliio, Agusl , 1S71-3W.
and keu constantly oa hand, a
-l-P JLX. -11 J ' I TV
patrons, that he basjast returned from the
you up a suit riuut.
public to tbeir large
second to none in the market- Give
and we will give you satisfaction at
feb. 16, 1872, U.
none in tbeeunntv. and I will u.11 ,i,..u.. ih.
in Hsucock county. Give me a call before
saiuracuon In regard to work and prices. ALiHJ
O MATTRESS EVEtt MADE. Call and see It
street. &ASIOI L. !. at 1.. KK.
Full Supply of '
TiV fin sfa "V XT! sa2 t
Thennderslfffne has practice
marowV. VIl'UT vaai4 tit . VOllHTwa.
Ihereby give notice that I beU
and my prices hereafter will be a. tonS"-1
Set of Teeth from : 3 u
Filling Teeth wltli Gold, ; ).
TOT common 9tet
siirer.common caTiiy, soct.
larger i Ptoporlion.
ALL OTHER OrlBATIOSS
ONE HALF THE FORMER PRICES.
I mean broil ness! Theseprlcesshallcontlnne
tor one year: soeomeiu iwcvima u j
need a Met oi xeein.
nrrnous oxide gas.
ANASTHESIA TO THE GDIS!
DA.tufAf..lnln.tnirtlneTtb. MY ex-
nriaiu render the administration or lh
above agents perfectly sale to the patients.
TERMS : : : : CASH.I
ALL WOfflC WARRANTED
Mav 31 "K-tl JACOB CARR.
Thia preparation, long s&d feTormbly
kaevm, will tbsroschlw ie-imviiNiis
broken (Iowa sod low-spirited .or-.,
by sucaaUicaisc and rtrasana l
scomsca saa intestines.
It is a sure preventive sf sB diseases
incident to mis animsl. mca as Lt
WATER, HEAVES, COITGHH, PI3
TKMPKK, FEVER. FOtT.VDEk,
LOSS OK APPETITE ASO VITAL
ENERGY. Ac Its nss innrorea
Itko wind. Increases the appetite
fires ssBootk and Kkasr skin sad
transforms tbe miserable skeleton
utoaUM-looluBg sad spirited I
Ta keepers of Csw this prepara
tion is invaluable. It is a sure pre-
venate asminss aunoerpes. Hollow
Horn, etc. It has been prorea
actual experiment increase the
quanuty or sulk and eream twenty
percent, and make tne butter ins
and sweet. In fattening cattle,
tires them aa sppen te, loosens their bide, and stakes
uemtanre mnca aster.
In kit diseaatss f Swine, soca as Coagha, Ulcers ia
tne leiing., um, sc., uu nrucwneis
m tpecinc By putting front oe
naif m paper to n paper In a barrel of
sv ill the above dMeaaes will he eradi
cated or entirely prevented. Ifgirea Ja f f
ia tine, a certain preventive ai
cure fur the Hoy Cholera.
DAVID E. FOUTZ, Proprietor,
Tar sale by Druggists and Stereksspers throughout
Ins Lulled states Caaaaas ana sauu
A GreaL Medical Discovery.
DR WAKER'S CAIFOBNIA
J- W.lMBm,riiwwlan Ml caasAtsSCa, Si sgthusM
U'KikittMdm.Ca.MtiatMraBsiiciai, s. K.
kllMOSI ea Testlnannr te . sks
WesMterAa Carat Ire Kkiaets.
IBs? an not s tUo Fan ltriaJt. Mode of Peas
staas, Wntakey. Pnaf platta aad Bsnan
Lssjsmmts, dos tared, spiced snd sweetened te please tna
taste, eaUad 7oolcs," - Appettzcra." -Restorers," Ac,
last lead tbe tippler on to drank nnras snd rain, sat are
s true Medta, nude from the native roots sad herbs
of California, free fraas an Aleak. We attsm
amis. Tbej are the at EAT BLOOD PTJkl.
rls-ataa A UFI ervTXS PHISCIPLE.
aperfeet Benontor and InTfaorator of the BrMem.
carry tag off all poixasaMautMrasdrestorlnf tne blood
a a neaiuy eonaiuon. He sersoa caa take these Bit
ten according to dlrecUoas, snd remain long unwell,
srorided tbeir nones an not destroyed by mineral
poisoa or other asesns, snd the Tltal orsans ssed
Dryoaa toe pornt ar repair.
laey are a ueatla farsmttve as well aaa
Tesde.posKsnDC ana. the peculiar nteritof sctlng
sss powerful agent ia lelierinf Conseanoa or Tnfllm-
aiauoa ef the Liver, and all tbe Tneeral Onrsna
FOR FEMALE COM PLAISTS, whether in
yocnroroiu, nwncd orslttKle, at tbe daws of wti
heodoratutti tarn of life, these Tonic Bitters have ne
Far Inansansntea j and Chrssde Kaei
tlaas and Cesat, ArjrsveneUe sr ladlgeatl.a.
sillasss. jsenaltteas aad IntemUtten Fi
vera. Olseaaee) oT taa sssasMi. Kdver. KM.
nersand Blaader.thess Bitters hare been
sucensail. Bwek Plsrasrs srsesnsedfar witiaaeel
Ulead, which Is renerally produced by demnscatent
I of the iHrvdlMOm..
BTSPLPSIA OB IXDIOESTIO!-. flead
ache. Pain laths Shooklera, Coaghs, Tightness of tha
Chest, Dullness, Suor; Eructations of tha Storaaca.
Bad Taste in tbe Moats. Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of
the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Paia ta the
rariona of the Kidneys, sad s hundred ether painful
symptoms are tbe oftsprings of Dyspepsia.
They mrleorale the Staanach snd -h--i.tr tha torpid
Urer and Bowels, which render there of unequalled
efficacy tat cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and tra
ps ning new life aad vigor to tn whoa system, .. .
F03 NKIX DISEASE, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheom, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Bolls, Co
buneica. Bin;-Worms. Scald Ucad. Sore Eyes, Erysioel.
as, Itelr, Scurts, Oiacoloralloris of the Skin, Humors and
Dtsesacsof the Skis, of woaterer same or astaieara
literally dug up and carried out of the system in a short
time by lbs aa of tkesa Bitten, One bottle hi sack
esses wUlceavtscs the most Incredulous of their cors
CVarue the Tl listed Blood whenever you Snd its lav.
pnntKS bursting through the skin in tunnies. EruD
uone or bores: cleanse it when you And itoostructed
and siunWi.in the veins; cieame ttwken It lifouL
and your feelings will tell you when. Keep the bawd
Fla, Tse aad stber Warsaa, lurking Indie
system of so maay tlMusauds, am crfcciuallT destroyed
and removed 8aya a distinguished physkWiS.
there is scarcely an Individual upon the face of tie
earth Wboas hmlw Is .mnt fmi, Mu .
iTJ1 " "ot "P00 th" he"hr leroents of tha
body that worms ixU. but uu. th. .
and (limy deposita that breedlhesa Uving mnrulers of
flfSfT yslemof kedkine, no remtfugeVno
UuButellr sysuin. trout worrus lias
; SOLD BT A1X DBrGGISTS ASD DEALERS.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. B B. Ml-DOSALD A CO,
Druggists snd Oen. Agents, San Prancisco. CsU'arcis.
snd 33 sad M Commerce Stree t. S w Tork.
FOR SALE BY
W. L. IIiUcr V Co.,
. FINDLA7, OHIO.
Jane SO, 1871-Ly
Jt i. ll '.-i J t :i
,fi.re i' i., i.,.
rtiwn, ill u a rertsin cute for Scrofula
-ypl.ilii in itti its i'oniw. Ttheunu-
tiut. o. in li'sra;, I.iver Corn-
llaiiit .! all dicas. of tl.a
i ill i!o more good titan teu Uitilta
Ut -i.e yru,.i ul Sarsapantla.
TKZ UNDERCiaKcO PHV5IC1AN3
iuvu tuet R(ani2itlisin their practice
nir ine p.isi turee years and friely
endurso it as a reliable A'tcialiva
and Blood 1'ttnaer. -
DR. T. C. PCOTT. of mitimcta.
DH.T. J. BDVKl.t.
DR. R. W.CAHR.
D. V a RAN V 1.1. V.
Hit. J. S. S?ABSS, of NkhaLurille.
DHJ. L. MlCAETH., Columbia,
Di A. O. X03LE3, EJgecomb, X. C.
USED AUD EZIDC22rD BT
J. a rnrNCH A O.NS, Fall River.
t. VT. ::T:T, Jjcksnn. Mich.
A. K. I'iiKr.Lillt. Lima. OnwL
C B AVI N i 1 O.. I,r,lnr,., ni- t.
S.l.M'l C. McJADCt-X, Aluircsi.
Our snace srill not aflnw .r nw ...
.-h.c4 is rrtaiion lo Ihm
virtucsef KosaJalis. Totha Vlnik-al
rruwwiuB we guaraniee a a luu! a-s.
tract superior lo any Ihry have ev-rr
nwd tn the trearmri.1 of diseased
Uluod ; aad to theaulirred are say try
UiMaualia. aad vou srill La r.
K'i..tilis is sold by all Draeruts.
1. OX jart buttle. Addni
:i 4 CD. O
j .nawscrsrrae' l ln
July 21 1871 It-
nEAPEn & r.,oi7En
Jaaob H. Loehr, of AUen townshin.ls Ant
tha Kxcelalot Belf-Raktogropg
and Mower, and iii ti,?"
sny one desiring It, -- "
uawmca auaress, van tlurta, Banoock Co
atsy i i u.
JOHN SHULL & CO.
Q i Q U
a i r O
;r, rv DLINUo
Scroll Sawing v , , , ; , .
ALSOT ALKKa 12f ALL Xlxns OS
Rriugfi SDressed Lun&V,
ixi in, oiiiiigJteBj : jtjW.
C0NSTAJTTLT ON HAND.
N. B. We manufacture all Kinds f flnfeh
tor Joiners' use, aucn aa MOULDIUH, A ll.
CHIKAVES CASTING. MASfi. t"OKNh
Ku- BRAClCKT. and all kinds Of ci;tLl.
8AW1NU and Tt'R-NlNU.
llau and Detail for. fiulM
Inga furnlsaedt without
Extra Charge .
Where we fnrnlsh Lnmher fur tha sanwv
Paid for all kinds of Lumber
Ornct Alio Yabjs
West Cr Stree,orth Side,
Dee.29-ly. . ' ' ; FINDLAY, Oil I
NEW DISH STORE
A 31 IXTSVNSIVI AaaoKTXCXT O '
TABLE . CUTLERY,
CHEAP CASH STORE.
T 1 1-1 A
87 Main Street.
Sow TeceiviDg A ftall and complete storlt ejf
HATS & CAPS,
SPRIHG1 SUMMER TRADR
09 1872. ALSO "
At Ore Barg-alan at SCHWA B'.H.
G-- W. MYEIiS
W. H- AVITEEIaER
Have formed a Partnershla for tha nnr- '
pose of Buy lug aud Dealing la .
Hard Wood Lumber
hay are now pre Dared to contract fur fu
ture delivery, or will
Every day for any amennt ot
Black and White WAUiXJT,
White A , Etc, Etc
Will represent them with bower to eontran .
or transact auy baslness fur tuettl.
r-inuiay.jx ov. 17. 1571-tf. 1
FISH! PISH ! !
Alt KI3SS OF
is HUA nTiTiaa to scrr
AU are Interested !
AWT ONE wishing to parch sse a Walclt .
Clock, or Jewelry, should call on
G. IF. Klwael, .
Who Ukea pleasure In showing foods, and
warrants every thing to be aa he represents.
AltpSDSaf Watch aodClooa Bepawed,
aud all Jobbing belooglng to his line
noa neatly, promptly, and Warranted, si
s s . . u. w aissi'i
A reward of OnaThnosarul rsoiiars
wlll be paid to any Pnyslclan who
will isradaoa raedieiua that will
apply the wants of the people Det
er than the article known aa , .
DR. FAHKNEY'S ;
Celebrated Blood Cleanser or Panacea
It must be a bett- fatharr .- a hui a r.
live, a better Huilorllie, a belter Luuretie a
better Tome, and in avarv wcw K..,.-- ,,..
- ----- lua-ter now long it baa
itTS how Ute'y HscoveredJ Abo e
veg STJtax K couti"u aiiylbing IWTftsrxt
i reward of riveffondrsd Dollara wilt a
d tur a medicine that will perniaueui-
OUre sum naua n '.1T .7
'w vumpiatnt, than 7
irt. irA.iirnvEY'H '
Blood Cleanser or Panacea
Which Is used more extensively y practtclng
physicians than an. h-. mii.'"
Aakfor FvbrneT,B Paoaeea,
And elmna. .mi. SIaaI SrfM-' mr-Mr- - -
fcotlle. Highly recommended. frepareU lor
Western Trade by Dr P. Fahrney.iiicaao '
Ilia,, and Ohio and Eastern Trade by
nit. r. rAHBNti S BROS. At CO.
Wnvnesboro, fc-rsaikUn County, fens, ,
Ask for lr P. fahmsv'a Ttlmul I'll:. '
made i WayntsOioro,i'a,aaa Chicago, 411 ,
"Dr. P Iharaai1. RantrA n
the history aud usee of the Blooistv
l..r,...7.T' ' -".aen .-v
byw'esSe indatai ffl M
W. I.' Miller & Co., DuiStfl,c
. ..-iy. - FIMOLAr. O. '
Spheroidal; Spectiwles !
ABE THE BEST W USE '-!
BLACK CO-B Bpheroldal Brieetaoiee
araaaaawof tse bees iaar,.., --
density, and a hiahet "; v?Z,l
their perteet aHsh.anUspowa-
adapla them tha ease aa PffXf
TVbthad o-iyoV fiC Wf KlJ.J ,0ifj
Ijrin I7ii t